## Wednesday, 24 October 2012

### 2..Universal Codes, N to Z, English Gematria, 260 and why it's 'Sacred'

As I explained in the previous post...

a simple cipher is to use the first 13 'numbers' as given

1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13 = 91 'steps' on each side of El Castillo and while scholars say that the Mayan "just added" the cap stone to make the year number of 365 days, I don't think they'd be so random in the creation of their Greatest Works ... all things were done in very specific ways, nothing was 'a guess or an approximation'...

If you start adding the numbers at position 2, through 13, it gives the sum of 90
A... 2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10+11+12+13 = 90 'degree'
A....B+C+D+E+F+G+H+I+J+K+L+M = 90

The next 'half' are naturally, the next 13 numbers, 14 to 26 or as letter, N to Z
The Mayan have a 'Sacred' calendar system known as the 260 day Tzolkin...
so let's view 260

14+15+16+17+18+19+20+21+22+23+24+25+26 = 260
N+O+P+Q+R+S+T+U+V+W+X+Y+Z = 260

There are five days in the modern calendar system
MON, TUE, WED, THUR, FRI

5 x 52 weeks a modern calendar year = 260 days
and we know that the body systems were very important to the ancients... and we know that the human thumb, is a defining feature, giving us advantage as well as advancement on tools.

260 x 5 = 1300 'days' or five Tzolkin rounds

The Mayan call 52 'year' a century... and 104 'years' a Venus Round....

5 days a week, X 52 weeks = 260 also known as the Mayan 'Tzolkin' Sacred 260 calendar, what we call today, a modern work week of Monday through Friday.

2 weekend days, X 52 weeks = 104 also known as the 'Venus Round' in Mayan years... and what we call today, a Saturday and Sunday.

and as observation...
52 'mirrored' is 25
52 x 25 = 1300 and can also be known as five Tzolkin Sacred Calendar cycles of 260 days each...

"... In addition to the 260-day Mayan cycle, including also the 52 year Venus calendar (discussed previously), the Maya of Central America were also responsible for developing and establishing a calendar of far greater range and duration; one that was based upon a recurring time period of precisely 1872000 days, approximately equal to 5125.36 years. The name given to this particular calendar is the Long Count..."  http://www.ancient-world-mysteries.com/long-count.html

While I agree that the Maya were recording something significant in time, I do not agree with any modern translation that uses the word 'approximate' to describe their work...

1872000 'days' are called a Mayan Long Count cycle, this one, is recorded to 'end' on the famous date of December 21, 2012, Winter Solstice...

1300 'days' contain 1872000 'minutes', exactly
to check this...
1300 'days' X 1440 'minutes' in a day = 1872000 'minutes'